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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Parts of Speech - Noun, Pronoun, Verb, and Adverb - A Medical Transcriptionist Must Know.

Grammar is very crucial in any language.  A medical transcriptionist must be well-versed in his language skills i.e. writing skills.  This unavoidable skill needs specialized knowledge in English grammar apart from strong listening skills and medical language skills, computer operating skills, and fast typing skills are of having secondary importance to be a successful medical transcription professional.

In this post, we will see about basic parts of speech in English, such as,
1.  NOUN.
3.  VERB.
4.  ADVERB. 
We will see about one by one now.

1.  Noun - A noun is used to denote a name of a person, animal, place, of a inhuman thing in the universe.  For example,
1.  John is a name that denotes a boy. 
2.  Dog is a name that specifies an animal.
3.  San Diego is mentioned to denote a place.
4.  Stone is denoted to specify an inhuman thing.
2.  Pronoun:  In a language, pronoun is used to specify any type of noun i.e. a person, thing, place, or a plant, animal etc.  For example, if John is specified in a sentence, the next time his name can be identified when uses HE as a pronoun.  In this way, HE, SHE, IT, I, YOU, WE, SOME, EACH, EITHER, NEITHER etc., are the pronouns used instead of a noun in a sentence, and so they are all collectively termed as PRONOUN.

Further read about PRONOUN

3.  Verb:  In a sentence, each ACTION part is identified by using VERB.  Action is nothing, but a condition of a subject in a sentence.  For example, run, go, come, read, hit etc.

Further read about VERB

4.  Adverb:  An ADVERB is used in a sentence to change or modify an action or verb, or an adjective, or may be another adverb is called as adverb.  For example, swiftly (speedily), today, regularly, although, again etc.

Further read about ADVERB

In the next post, we will see about other important Parts of Speech items, such as Adjective, Preposition, Conjunction, and Interjection. Okay.

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Friday, March 10, 2017

25 Important Medical Transcription Slangs and Terms

This post is about 25 Important Medical Transcription Slangs and Terms. 

1.  Bili - Bilirubin

2.  Fluoro - Fluoroscope

3.  Retic - Reticulocyte

4.  Chem - Chemistry

5.  Echo - Echocardiogram

6.  Primip - Primipara (first pregnancy)

7.  Cysto - Cysto means urinary bladder

8.  Dc'd - Discontinued

9.  Trach - Tracheostomy

10.  Dig (dij) - Digoxin

11.  Coag - Coagulation rate

12.  Fib - Fibers

13.  Ca (CA) - Calcium

14.  Procto - Proctodaeum (Inward fold on the surface of the embryonic ectoderm)

15.  Lytes - Electrolytes

16.  Cath - Catheter

17.  Mets - Metastasis

18.  Diff - Differential

19.  Nitro - Nitroglycerine

20.  Peds - Pediatrics

21.  'crit - Hematocrit

22.  Lap chole - Laparoscopic cholecystectomy

23.  Meds - Medications

24.  tic - Sudden and uncontrolled small movement of the face

25.  Multip - Multiple

In the next post, we will see about important urological terms. Okay. 

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